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- Joined: Mon Apr 14, 2008 8:32 pm
Date it was stolen: 14/04/08 ~4pm
Last spotted in Camperdown, NSW
Specs: Deore hydraulic disc brakes, Velocity Deep-V rims, Hope hubs (XC front, Pro2 rear), full length fenders (front and rear), Truvativ Stylo cranks (black, 170mm), 105 rear derailleur (black), ODI lock-ons Rogue grips, FSA headset, Eggbeater pedals
This is a very distinctive bike, a flat bar roadie with hydraulic discs and Velocity Deep V rims. The rear hub is very loud and clicky.
There are plenty of stickers on this bike too.
"ONE LESS CAR"
"Declare war on warming"
"Critical Mass: Anarchy in Action"
"Please god, protect me from your followers"
There is a $300 reward for anyone who returns this bike to me or gives information leading to recovery... no questions asked.
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